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Interested in jewellery and design? Make sure to visit Gallery Four in the Linné neighbourhood. They also show temporary exhibitions.
Rum för papper is a paper shop for professionals and curious beginners alike. The shop features all kinds of unique and carefully selected papers, stationary, pens, notebooks and accessories. The owners can also offer advice on everything from paper selection to design and print.
In September, Åby Arena will be transformed into an inspiring festival area for everything health and fitness. With more than 100 classes and lectures, 40 exhibitors, food trucks and a juice bars,the result is nothing short of a festival for fitness enthusiasts.
At Västergården you can watch as beautiful ceramics is made right infront of you, and then bring some of that home with you! At the Västergården store you'll find unique objects not available through their webshop.
Konstepidemin is Sweden’s biggest workplace for independent artists.
Njutningsfrämjandet organizes several different activities within food and drink, such as chocolate, wine and cheese tastings, courses in brewery and several city walks about Gothenburg's food history.
An interactive style factory pop up portal with photo and video friendly selfie scenarios. Inviting you to have fun together with friends and family while stepping up your social media game.
In this award-winning building you'll meet the world and experience a mixture of international architecture, contemporary art, seriousness and exciting activities.
The former ship-yard district on the northern banks of the river has been transformed into wide-stretched quays, new residential areas, restaurants, cafés and theatres. Go for a stroll along the water and see some of the newest neighbourhoods in town, while feeling the breeze from the river.
Are you looking for budget-friendly things to do in Gothenburg? We have listed seven great ways to see the city for next to nothing, including free events and activities as well as sightseeing and day trip options. There are many other budget friendly alternatives as well.
Embrace the colours of the autumn and refill with new energy and new habits. October offers both new and classic happenings – of course in a safe manner according to recommendations from the Public Health Agency. There will be concerts, ghosts, festivals and food – enjoy Gothenburg in October!
At Bäx' you'll find both classic and modern pottery, combining function and design. Here you can buy gifts as well as utility articles, hand-thrown and fired in the workshop in the historic Kronhusbodarna, just around the corner from Gustav Adolfs Torg.
Fabriken is located in the district Majorna, a stone's throw from Slottsskogen. In the shop you will find carefully selected second hand items in the form of furniture, furnishings, clothing and accessories from 1900 and onwards.
The shop Floramor & Krukatös is located in a beautiful old building in central Gothenburg. The selection includes a mix of personal home decor, pottery and plants.
Rosenkaféet is an oasis in the middle of the city. It is located in the Garden Society's oldest building dating back to 1874. From May to October, Rosenkaféet offers traditional Swedish fare in old-fashioned surroundings. Only first rate produce is used here and the emphasis is on cooking good healthy food.
What used to be the fishermen's workplace is now a place for socialising and contemplation. With the crunching sound of the fireplace and the view of the sea, you enjoy well-prepared food in an atmosphere that breathes the wing of history.
Ringön is a somewhat scruffy industrial area on the island Hisingen on the north side of the river that cuts through Gothenburg. During the past few years, lots of arts and culture has moved in, like the art hall ICIA on Järnmalmsgatan.
Le Pain Français Bistro is a restaurant, bar, café and tea room over four floors. The Bistro’s French menu offers everything from breakfast to dinner, and the three bars are open until late on weekends.
Explore a replica of the East Indiaman that sank outside Gothenburg upon the return from China in 1745.
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